Frieze Masters

Regent’s Park, London

4–7 October 2018

The Mandeville Hotel

Mandeville Place
London W1U 2BE
A celebration of chic design, old-world comfort and a traveller’s home away from home provided in a Marylebone hotel.

Styled by leading international designers, the Hotel’s elegantly appointed bedrooms and suites fuse art, substance and comfort for business and pleasure. From the Hotel’s comfortable beds to the luxurious interiors, bathrooms and amenities, each bedroom in The Mandeville Hotel has been cleverly created to offer the most enjoyable stay.

The Mandeville Hotel is the preferred choice for both business travellers and London visitors looking for a luxury boutique hotel in Marylebone and Mayfair. London’s best shopping such as the world-famous Selfridges, fashionable Oxford Street and stylish Bond Street, are all within walking distance of the Hotel.

For the best of London dining and culture, The Mandeville Hotel is moments away from The Wallace Collection and Wigmore Hall, as well as Mayfair’s galleries, London’s iconic Theatre District and the West End. Added excellence from the Concierge team makes The Mandeville Hotel one of London’s leading boutique hotels.

For reservations please call +44 (0)20 7009 2262 or email reservations@mandeville.co.uk and ask for the Frieze rate.

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